IVS 3D announced its partnership with Escort Ltd. to provide sales support to Fledermaus clients located in the Poland and southern Baltic region.
Escort Ltd. specializes in the supply, service and integration of marine electronics equipment for the Polish Navy, shipyards, ports, ship owners, scientific institutions, and fishermen. Founded in 1990, they currently employ 25 highly skilled and experienced marine electronic technicians.
Zenon Markowski, representative for Escort, Ltd, said of the recent partnership with IVS 3D, “We expect that our cooperation with IVS 3D will expedite the development of hydrographic mapping in Poland. Currently, there is an increasing number of Polish institutions that are responsible for the preparation and actualization of bathymetric maps for both for the Polish zone of the Baltic Sea as well as the inland waters. As a result, they are using modern hydrographic multibeam echo sounders. With the tools available in the Fledermaus suite, these institutions are able to integrate the Fledermaus software suite across many phases of a project from the planning, processing and QC, through to analysis and production of images, plots and animations. Because of the ease with which massive amounts of data are handled with Fledermaus, they are able to realize the full utilization that these sonar devices have to offer.”
“Escort Ltd. years of experience with hydrographic sonar equipment is a natural transition to the capabilities of the Fledermaus suite to handle the massive amounts of data that the marine equipment generates.” said Bill McKernan, VP of Sales and Marketing for IVS 3D. “We have complete confidence with Escort Ltd to be able to help Fledermaus users realize the full potential of Fledermaus’ 3D interactive tools.”
Interactive Visualization Systems' (IVS3D) was founded in 1995 to provide the Fledermaus software suite to educational, commercial, and government institutions. The Fledermaus software suite provides users with a powerful set of interactive 3D visualization tools for data processing, analysis and presentation. Because Fledermaus allows users near real-time, interactive 3D display of very large complex scenes at their full resolution- users gain powerful insight and the ability to extract and report on more information from their combined data.
Fledermaus is currently used across many industries by a variety of disciplines such as geoscientists, oceanographers and hydrographers. The interactive tool has been used to analyze environmental and geological hazards, plan oil drilling and rig locations, and determine placements for pipeline and cable routes.